Sasha + John Digweed* ‎– Northern Exposure: Expeditions

INCredible ‎– INC4CD
2 × CD, Mixed, Compilation

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Expedition 1
1-01 Breeder Tyrantanic (Breeder's Underexposed Mix) 9:16
1-02a Space Manoeuvres Stage One (Total Separation Mix) 8:09
1-02b Space Manoeuvres Stage One (Separation Mix)
1-03 Union Jack Morning Glory 4:26
1-04a Jayn Hanna Lost Without You (Edge Factor Dub)
Remix – Edge Factor
1-04b Jayn Hanna Lost Without You (Edge Factor Journey)
Remix – Edge Factor
1-05 The Light Expand The Room (Four Storeys High Mix) 7:28
1-06 Sasha Belfunk 7:55
1-07 Delerium Silence (Sanctuary Mix)
Remix – FadeVocals – Sarah McLachlan
1-08 Chris Raven I Know You Love Me Too! (Van Bellen Remix)
Remix – Van Bellen
1-09 Blue Planet Corporation Micromega (Choo-Choo Remix)
Remix – Jarrod & Gilbey
1-10 Mono Culture Free (Extended Vocal Mix) 6:50
Expedition 2
2-01 Head Honcho Waters Of Jericho 8:48
2-02 Movement Perpetual* Sexuel Mouvement 4:09
2-03 Stef, Pako & Frederik Seaside Atmosphere 5:15
2-04 Der Dritte Raum Polarstern 7:51
2-05 Pure (2) Pure (Frictions Groove)
Remix – Friction (22)
2-06 Red Devil Gamelan 5:08
2-07 RR Workshop Mess With Da Bull 5:54
2-08 Humate Love Stimulation (Oliver Lieb's Softmix)
Remix – Oliver Lieb
2-09 Breeder Rockstone 6:22
2-10 Delta Lady Anything You Want (The Delta Belter Vocal Symphony) 8:04
2-11 Mike Koglin The Silence (Tekara Remix)
Remix – TekaraVocals – Jacqui Sawyer

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Tracklisting errors on the packaging:

- Artist and title are swapped for Tracks 1-02 and 2-04.
- Track 2-05 is listed as "'Pure' Frictions Groove" by Voyager.

The release originally came with a decorative cardboard outer sleeve protecting the jewel case.

© 1999 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 099749 403727
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): S3149403710-0102
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): S3149403710-0202
  • Other (Mastering SID Code): IFPI L551
  • Other (Mould SID Code): IFPI 941Q
  • Other (Back Of Cardboard Sleeve): 31-494037-10 TCX
  • Other (Back Cover Tray): 4940372000 / TCX
  • Other (Back Cover Of Insert): 4940372000
  • Other (Front Of CD1 & CD2): 31-494037-10
  • Label Code (Front Of CD1 & CD2): LC 2868
  • Rights Society (Inside Of Insert): MCPS/BIEM/SDRM


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January 25, 2013
edited over 3 years ago
Expeditions is arguably the weakest of the Northern Exposures, if only because it is (for the most part) a fairly standard mixture of up-front progressive from the period, whereas the previous NE mixes were an attempt to play an eclectic selection of music in more of an after-party context. With that said it's still an extremely strong and very trancey mix from the duo, with the opening of Tyrantanic melting into Stage One being a high-point of the whole series.

The omission of Fade's remix of Silence on some editions is a point of debate. On the one hand, Silence has become such an overplayed track it feels incongruous in this context, but on the other hand Fade's remix is unquestionably the best version, and without it the first disc's structure is compromised, the mid-section devoid of that big moment that brings the rest of the programming sharply into focus.

Perhaps most surprising of all is that down all the years, with all the hawk-eyed Discogs contributors and Sasha and Digweed fanatics who pass through this corner of the Internet every day, nobody before me has noticed that the version of Blue Planet Corporation's Micromega is actually the Choo Choo Remix. Now that really is INCredible.



November 9, 2011
Years later this remains my all time favourite mixed set. It is everything this music should be: feeling like space travel, with high energy and subtle glory. The vocal tracks have always helped to set it apart. I've never found another mix like it. Many fine memories of cruising around Los Angeles nights, often back from a gig, with this CD playing on the stereo.


January 8, 2006
edited over 10 years ago

Looking back, this album is actually brilliant. You do not find sheer class like this anymore. The first disc is a brave, and refreshing venture from the traditional NE direction. The second, a truly exceptional, timeless piece of mixing.

Looking back, people will regard this more and more as an omnipotent classic as time goes on.


January 26, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
What a shame that this album was not released as a single cd, that being only cd 2! This cd is very solidly mixed with a constant drive & it has one of my alltime favorite tracks on it: Polarstern. Towards the end a bit trancey, but mostly deep progressive.

The first cd on the other hand is the type of trance cr*p that the likes of Tiesto seem to be throwing out at a rate of 10 cd's a day; useless, boring & lacking in originality. Really start to wander who mixed what & more, who chose what tracks.....


April 4, 2003

Disc 1 is the more dance-y of the two, whilst Disc 2 is the more dreamy sounding mix.

Overall these 2 cd's make one of the best mix cd's ever, second only to Northern Exposure 2.

A great mix of old and new traxx, mixed to perfection as usual.

4 stars for Disc 1 and 4.5 stars for Disc 2.